UPN is back on the air in Oklahoma City after a seven-month absence.
Writer/producer Joel Surnow, who developed the TV version of "La Femme Nikita" for USA Network, has inked an exclusive two-year overall deal with Warner Bros. TV worth close to $3 million.
NBC and CBS have tied for first in July 13-19 primetime Nielsens, with NBC inching ahead in total viewers and taking its 16th straight week in the important adults 18-49 demographic.
Fox and the WB will swap affiliates in Raleigh, N.C., the nation's 29th largest TV market, as of Aug. 1.
Six weeks after launch, Barry Diller's experimental Miami station has seen its first major personnel shuffle, as managing director Alfredo Duran has stepped down to pursue programming projects.
Filmmakers Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall, who co-founded Amblin Entertainment with Steven Spielberg, have signed a development deal with CBS to create a one-hour series for the Eye web.
Germany's private stations are up in arms over pubcaster ZDF's plans to take out a loan for up to DM500 million ($275 million) to secure future rights for prominent soccer tournaments.
Satcaster British Sky Broadcasting is rebranding its three movie channels in a concerted bid to stave off declining ratings and competition from soon-to-launch digital services.
The U.K. government is set to relax programming restrictions on the ITV network, Britain's biggest commercial web, to help it compete in the U.K.'s burgeoning multichannel environment.
David Ensor, an 18-year veteran of ABC News, has resigned to join CNN as a Washington-based correspondent.
TNT has signed Bill Pullman to star in and make his directorial debut on an adaptation of "The Virginian."
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